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Alberta Conservation Association The Alberta Conservation Association will work to conserve, protect and enhance our natural biological resources.
Alberta Environmental Network – The AEN is a non-profit, non-partisan umbrella organization dedicated to helping preserve and protect Alberta’s environment.
Alberta Hiking Association – The Alberta Hiking Association (otherwise know as AHA) is primarily an umbrella organization for hiking clubs from across the province.
Alberta Invasive Plants Council – Invasive alien plants are species introduced deliberately or unintentionally outside of their natural habitats. In this new environment, free from their natural ‘enemies’, non-native plants have an advantage that allows them to out-compete native plants and agricultural crops for space, moisture and nutrients.
Alberta Native Plant Council – The ANPC promotes knowledge and conservation of the native plants and vegetation of Alberta.
Alberta Prairie Conservation Forum – The Prairie Conservation Forum is a large voluntary coalition of stakeholder groups whose members are interested in the conservation of native prairie and parkland environments in Alberta, Canada.
Alberta Species at Risk – Lists of species at risk in Alberta.
Alberta Stewardship Network – The Alberta Stewardship Network is a provincial stewardship initiative, with partners from federal and provincial government agencies, non-government organizations, community stewardship groups, and Aboriginal communities.
Alberta Wildlife Rehabilitators’ Association – The Alberta Wildlife Rehabilitators’ Association promotes and monitors wildlife rehabilitation in the Province of Alberta through education and unified standards. To report injured wildlife in Alberta, Canada, please call toll-free 1-888-924-2444.
Alberta Wilderness Association – Alberta Wilderness Association (AWA) is the oldest wilderness conservation group in Alberta dedicated to the completion of a protected areas network and the conservation of wilderness throughout the province.
Wild Lands Advocate, the Alberta Wilderness Associations magazine.
Beaverhill Bird Observatory – Since 1984, the Beaverhill Bird Observatory (BBO) has been interested and active in the area to monitor bird migrations and populations.
Big Lake Environment Support Society – Big Lake, a relatively little known jewel of the capital region abuts the northwest corner of Edmonton and the southwest corner St. Albert. Parkland County borders the lake on the south and Sturgeon County on the north. The lake sits on the sands and gravels of the Empress Formation, an aquifer 30 meters below its surface that was laid down by retreating glacial meltwaters.
Canada’s Aquatic Environments – Canada’s Aquatic Environments was produced by the CyberNatural Software Group at the University of Guelph. We are dedicated to the improvement of educational materials available to schools, postsecondary institutions, and the general public through the use of interactive digital media.
Canadian Parks and Wilderness Association – Our 13 nationwide chapters are working to protect wild places, wildlife and a sustainable future for Canadians on our country’s 6 million square miles of publicly-owned lands.
Centennial Wilds Campaign – Centennial Wilds is a not-for-profit, volunteer based, joint project of groups and individuals interested in Alberta’s wild places and pre-settlement, in-situ history.
Ellis Bird Farm – Located in the heart of central Alberta, Ellis Bird Farm is both a working farm as well as a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of Mountain Bluebirds, Tree Swallows and other native cavity-nesting birds.
Edmonton Nature Club – To develop an awareness of and encourage an interest in the natural environment among its members and the community through meetings, talks, workshops, study groups, field trips and publications. (See web site for other objectives.)
Environmental Law Centre – The Environmental Law Centre (ELC) was incorporated in 1982 with the express purpose of providing Albertans with an objective source of information about environmental and natural resources law. Over the years, its mandate has broadened to extend the provision of service across the country.
Fort McMurray Field Naturalists Society
Friends of Fish Creek – Our mission is to protect, preserve, and enhance the diverse natural and human history found in Fish Creek Provincial Park.
Friends of Jasper Park – We are a non-profit organization that strives to promote understanding, appreciation and respect for the natural history and cultural heritage of Jasper National Park. We offer interpretive programs, fund research, publish park related materials and perform park improvement.
Grasslands Naturalists – Grasslands Naturalists is dedicated to south-eastern Alberta: to the responsible treatment of the prairie and Cypress Hills; and to maintaining the natural beauty and wildlife. We believe that a natural environment fulfils human needs and values, rather than conflicts with them.
Government of Canada Habitat Stewardship Program – The overall goal of the HSP is to “contribute to the recovery of endangered, threatened, and other species at risk, and to prevent other species from becoming a conservation concern, by engaging Canadians from all walks of life in conservation actions to benefit wildlife.”